• No pain no gain for Brisbane

    Australia’s leading experts in pain management converged on the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC) this week for the 35th Annual Australian Pain Society Conference. ..

  • Adelaide turns out for ACC opening

    Eighteen thousand people streamed through the doors of the Adelaide Convention Centre (ACC) over four days earlier this month to attend a number of free and ticketed events marking the official opening of the Centre’s new West Building. ..

  • Hobart to get business events push

    Business Events Tasmania has reaffirmed its commitment to working with the City of Hobart to develop and support Hobart as a business events destination. ..

  • VEIC welcomes review of visitor economy

    The Victoria Events Industry Council (VEIC) has welcomed the state government’s recent announcement regarding the proposed Victorian Visitor Economy Review, saying it will benefit the events industry. ..

  • Bigger and better for South Pacific Tourism Exchange

    Over 80 tourism buyers and sellers are expected to participate at the 2nd South Pacific Tourism Exchange (SPTE) which will be held on June 19-20, 2015, at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. ..

  • Sun shines for ICC Sydney

    ICC Sydney will be home to the first community-funded solar energy project of its kind in Australia, allowing members of the public to buy shares in a new social venture, Sydney Renewable Power Company, that will own the building’s solar panels. ..

  • Planning in New Zealand made easy

    Conventions and Incentives New Zealand (CINZ) has released its latest comprehensive guide for event planners, including a new Luxury section. ..

  • VIDEO: Tourism Australia big on business

    Tourism Australia managing director John O’Sullivan spoke with CIM about the importance of the business events sector to Australia’s overall tourism targets. ..

  • Effects of weaker dollar coming

    A weaker Australian dollar is good news for the tourism sector, but an increase in the number of overseas travellers won’t be seen until the second half of this year, according to Virgin Australia chief executive John Borghetti. ..

  • Study reveals future of Chinese travel market

    InterContinental Hotels Group has partnered with Oxford Economics to publish one of the most comprehensive studies into the Chinese travel market ever undertaken. ..

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  • TCEB showcases strength

    The Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) has announced the next step in its strategy to boost international confidence in Thailand’s MICE industry, and assume a leadership position in the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC). ..

  • Animal health on agenda for Auckland

    Auckland will welcome more than 200 veterinarians from around the globe in 2017 after a successful bid to host a major international animal health conference. ..